The Senior MEMS Engineer will support the design, development and sustaining of actuators for optical devices according to established product development procedures and protocols.
The candidate will work with internal and external resources to accomplish and develop goals, be hands-on, a self-starter, and work with moderate supervision.
This position will be responsible for the design and development of MEMS products and will be responsible for the following but not limited to:
- MEMS actuator and sensor design;
- Design and execute of FEA simulations and CAD modeling
experimentation and modeling;
- Plan validation and qualification tests for MEMS elements
- Assess MEMS/Plastic Package interactions through
descriptions for design, testing and troubleshooting;
- Generate schematics, diagrams, written and verbal
equipment based on documented analysis of design
- Specify and qualify appropriate components and
specifications, costs, availability and reliability;
and document control procedures;
- Generate design documentation per product development
into manufacturing, and provide regular updates and
- Actively participate in the transfer of products from R&D
project status to functional manager and/or project
As necessary, performs other duties as required.
in Mechanical Engineering, Physics will be considered.
- Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering preferred. However, MS
experience including product tapeout and evaluation
- Minimum of 5 years of electro-mechanical design
engineering fundamentals as demonstrated by past
- Expert understanding of electrical and mechanical
product development responsibilities and successes.
solvers (ANSYS, ConventorWare, Algor, Hyperworks,
- Proficiency in Finite Element Modeling and Multiphysics
- Proficiency in CAD modeling with SolidWorks, AutoCad,
(Characterization techniques, Statistical Data Analysis, ...)
- Advanced laboratory measurement skills
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